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Information about fishing at Hexden Channel including fishery location, fish species present, ticket type, and fishery controller. Part of a guide to angling in the Rother valley.

Hexden Channel Location

Hexden Channel lake is a tributary of the River Rother, the fishing venue lies north east of Newenden on the Rother Level and enters the river from the north side. The Channel is the tail end of a long drainage ditch which widens and deepens out on the final run to the confluence with the Rother close to Maytham Wharf.

Hexden Channel fishery location map:

Description


Hexden Channel is a slow moving stretch of river supplying coarse angling via season ticket. The venue offers angling for carp, tench, bream, roach and rudd. For the fishing club/owner’s webpage for this angling venue click HERE.

Details

OWNER / CLUB:
Tenterden & District Angling and Preservation Society
Details of owner / club:
CLICK HERE
Website of owner / club:
CLICK HERE
TICKET:
Season ticket
SEASON:
Standard coarse
ROD LIMIT:
Two rods
BAITBOATS ALLOWED:
BOATS ALLOWED:
DOGS ALLOWED:
No
NIGHT FISHING:
HOOKS (usage rules):
KEEPNETS:
Yes
SIZE:
Information:
Use our species pages to find the fisheries that suit you: CARP, PIKE, TENCH, TROUT, CATFISH, BARBEL. Use search options for different categories such as day ticket, night fishing and season ticket.
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Species available in Hexden Channel

SPECIES PRESENT TOP WGHT
CARP YES 10lb+
PIKE
CATFISH
TENCH YES 5lb
BREAM YES 7lb
BARBEL
CHUB
TROUT
GRAYLING
RUDD YES 2lb
DACE
ROACH YES 2lb
PERCH
CRUCIANS
EELS
GOLDEN ORFE
GEN CRSE FISH

Nearest Pub

The White Hart, Rye Rd, Cranbrook TN18 5PN.

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